ADOPT-AN-ARTIFACT (Eckstein, Bergin, Sharp, & Manns, 2002b, p. 14)
Document and reflect learning process
Students need to understand different perspectives how to solve a problem. Therefore, students improve and extend artefacts from peers instead of their own (Eckstein, Bergin, Sharp, & Manns, 2002b, p. 14).
Example for Technological Support
Digital artefacts can be easily copied, remixed, changed, improved and shared – provided the owner of the artefacts allows it.
Eckstein, J., Bergin, J., Sharp, H., & Manns, M. L. (2002b). Patterns for Active Learning. In Proceedings of PloP 2002 (Vol. 2002). Allerton Park, Illinois. Retrieved from http://www.cs.unca.edu/~manns/ActiveLearningV4.doc